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July 24, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-24

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38 Friday, July 24, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rapid Influx of Students at Arab Universities: Tel Aviv U. Study Proclaims

TEL AVIV — A three-fold
increase in the size of uni-
versities in Arab countries
during the last seven years

and the accelerated influx of
graduates into Arab society
should have far-reaching
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academic,
scientific
spheres, but in the socio-
economic fabric of Arab
society, according to a study
conducted by Dr. Haggai
Erlich and published by Tel
Aviv University's Shiloah
Center for Middle Eastern
and African Studies.
The study, "The Univer-
sities in Countries of the
Arab World," which
encompasses six Arab coun-
tries, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq,
Jordan, Saudi Arabia and
Kuwait, as well as an ear-
lier study on Egyptian
higher education, indicates
that in 1975, the number of
graduates in all 22 Arab
countries was 760,000, and
in 1980 it was approx-
imately 1.5 million. By the
year 2000, 12 million
graduates are projected ac-
cording to estimates quoted
in the study. In 1975, uni-
versity graduates consti-
tuted only 0.5 percent of
Arab society, and by the
year 2000 the proportion is
expected to rise to 5 percent.

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studied in those six Arab
countries, (about 270,000
including Egypt), 47,711
studied in Israel. While in
1978 and 1979 there were
310,000 Arab students in
those countries, (about
720,000 including Egypt),
and 64,106 Israeli students,
figures indicating little in-
crease in Israeli univer-
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